Category Archives: Personal Injury
When people feel as if they’ve been wronged, either by a spouse, business partner, party to a contract, or any other individual whose dealings can impact their daily life, it can be easy to form the mentality of wanting to take that person for “all they’re worth.” A common phrase we hear regarding this mentality is, “I want my day in court!” While trial is sometimes unavoidable, it is most often...read more
By Danielle Stubbs and Melissa Miller We’ve all seen movies where someone hears the three dreaded words - “You’ve been served.” Although often not as dramatic as Hollywood would make it seem, being served with legal documents can cause a world of stress and confusion - especially when it’s unexpected. However, there are some things that you can do to save yourself trouble down the road: Breathe ...read more
Alternative Dispute Resolution, also known by the acronym “ADR,” is one of the most common ways that parties resolve issues in the South Carolina legal system. In some cases, parties are required to go through ADR before being able to go to trial (See Rule 3 of the South Carolina ADR Court Rules for full rule and exceptions). In other instances, judges may use their discretion to order parties to go through ADR, as...read more
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